At Vivaldi Construction we specify and install bespoke aluminium conservatories manufactured to perfectly compliment our client's homes and enhance their lifestyle. We believe in giving genuine, in-depth advice to ensure that all of our client's aluminium conservatories suit their existing home and give them the perfect extra room they can use for many years to come.Get a Quote
Aluminium Conservatories - The Facts
Advantages of Aluminium Conservatories
• Aluminium conservatory frames are usually thinner than their uPVC or hardwood counterparts.
• Aluminium is a structural product in itself and therefore aluminium conservatories are very strong, this becomes a massive advantage when installed onto an open property where high winds can be a problem.
• Aluminium conservatories are very durable even when greatly exposed to the elements.
• Maintenance isn't as big or as frequent a job with aluminium conservatories.
• Aluminium conservatories can come in many different styles, designs and colours.
Disadvantages of Aluminium Conservatories
• Aluminium conservatories are often more expensive than uPVC conservatories. Something to note is that all aluminium is painted and not all uPVC is painted, on projects where a colour is desired the additional cost to paint the uPVC means that the price premium for aluminium over uPVC is significantly reduced.
Aluminium Conservatories - Design Ideas
Step 1 - There are numerous aluminium design options available to our clients so in order to better understand which suits you we would suggest first choosing an overall size and shape for your project.
Step 2 - The second thing to consider would be usability, do you want to create a warm cosy feel? Do you want a lot of light? What do you want to use the new room for?
Step 3 - Thirdly, decide whether you would like to create a structure that compliments your home or whether you want your new aluminium conservatory to stand out; this may affect your choice of colour or shape.
Step 4 - Finally, investigate whether there are any restrictions, such as inspection chambers or height restrictions that would make some aluminium conservatory designs un-suitable.
Our aluminium conservatories can feature a low maintenance roofing system, as well as any orangery design roof system. We have also constructed traditional aluminium conservatories with lead roofs and have experience in building aluminium conservatories in conservation areas and installing conservatories on listed buildings.
We are UltraInstallers, Consumer Protection Association members and FENSA registered. Our aluminium conservatories combine traditional workmanship with latest technology glazing and we work with our clients through the design and planning stage so our buildings are always fit for the specific purpose the client has in mind. We offer free advice, design and quotation services that have been independently approved by the Government testing agency, the BBA, and assessed as "Very Professional".
Aluminium Conservatory - Client Reviews
We take great care to ensure that all of our client's aluminium conservatories suit their existing home and gives them the perfect extra room. Prior to making a decision regarding which company you choose to construct your aluminium conservatory read these genuine, unsolicited reviews from Mr Edwards of Long Eaton and Mrs Hooker.
The conservatory had to be built to a specific design which required construction onto a corner of the house and each end connected to existing parts of the building. The construction was carried out quietly and efficiently and any minor problems resolved quickly. The quality of materials and workmanship were and still remain very high. My wife & myself would not hesitate in recommending the company to prospective customers.
I must complement you on the amazing materials of our orangey and the very professional workmanship. Kevin's attention to detail is second to none. He checked every aspect of the job with us to make sure we were happy at every stage, nothing was too much trouble.
We are absolutely thrilled with the finished work and must thank you both for an almost seamless job from start to finish. It has been a pleasure dealing with your company and crew.
Aluminium Conservatory - Case Study
This aluminium conservatory was built for Mr Ellis in Lincolnshire and since completion of the project he contacted us to let us know that he uses his new conservatory more than his original lounge. Feedback like this perfectly illustrates how our aluminium conservatory is designed to look as though it has been there since the property was first built and blend seamlessly with the property and the surrounding area.
Mr Ellis had to have his conservatory built with a mixture of hardwood and aluminium due to his home being in a conservation area, we knew our client would need to accommodate this factor as we had built a fantastic lead roof, hardwood conservatory for his next door neighbour.
The images below show each stage of the installation process from start to finish in around 6 to 8 weeks.
Start Your Aluminium Conservatory Project
Before beginning your project there are various things to consider; these can include basics such as design, materials and size but could also include investigating whether there are any restrictions on your property, such as conservation areas, listed building status or drainage/ inspection chamber issues. If you are ready to start discussing your aluminium conservatory project with us then we have a couple of options. Firstly we like to receive as much information as possible from the potential client regarding their requirements; we can then use this information to draw up some initial CAD's of the bespoke aluminium conservatory ready for a quotation or to setup an appointment for further consultation.
Since establishing in March 2000, we at Vivaldi have always believed that the design and planning stage of a bespoke aluminium conservatory project is a job for an experienced professional, which is why we have never employed any salesmen. Our strong ethics mean we have an incredible attention to minute detail, whether that be at the planning stage or the installation stage, it also means we believe in doing our small part to help the environment so we've developed a sustainability policy with Environmental Scientists that meets UK government environmental guidelines and is registered under the control of pollution act of 1989.